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This resource provides an interactive activity demonstrating a design of a nanoscale electronic star coupler that can split an input electric signal into three outputs for an electric wave packet that travels at certain...
This resource provides an interactive activity demonstrating how when two nuclei are close enough, electrons move around both of them and form a covalent bond. The activity uses colors to illustrate the formation of...
This resource provides an interactive activity demonstrating how electrons act like waves. In this double-slit experiment, students can shoot an electron at a double-slit with different speeds, and observe the...
This resource provides an introductory survey which should be completed prior to classes going through the other activities from the Electron Technologies project. The other educational modules can be found here. This...
This project, from the Concord Consortium, is "working with Parkland College, and four ATE Centers (NANO-LINK, BIO-LINK, MATEC, and OP-TEC) to develop approximately 16 field-tested interactive computer-based learning...
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